In honor of our 110th anniversary, we thought we share this unique perspective.
One current PLNU student and two recent alumni have been recognized by the Metropolitan Opera National Council, and two of the three will be going on to compete at the regional level with the hope of advancing to the national finals. Soprano Christen Horne, a senior music and biology double major at PLNU, and mezzo-soprano… Read more »
At PLNU, we tend to look west a lot – gorgeous sunsets, whale watching, shredding surfers. But ever wonder what PLNU looks like from from the west? To see more incredible photos, check out Week In Pictures.
From Sept. 12-17, PLNU celebrated its annual Creation Care Week, sponsored by Waste Management, Inc. Highlights of the week included: Presentations by Jim Ball, president & CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network and author of Global Warming and Risen Lord Sustainability Fair Farmer’s Market Top Chef Cook-Off Networking with professionals working in sustainability Beach clean… Read more »
We thought you’d like to know that U.S. News & World Report ranked PLNU 15th in the category Regional Universities – West in the 2012 Best Colleges guide. This is PLNU’s highest-ever ranking in Best Colleges, and it is representative of the university’s academic quality, strong graduation and retention rates, selectivity, and alumni giving rate,… Read more »
George Williamson, PLNU’s director of worship ministries, alongside PLNU’s worship band or students and alumni, recorded All Things, a live worship album in a chapel service in January. The album was released recently, with a digital download available at lomamusic.com. Check out an interview with Williamson at Holiness Today. All Things by George Williamson
Taking your student to college for the first time can be a little nerve racking for any parent. This past weekend, a few parents talked about bringing their new freshmen to PLNU.
This month, we were named one of the 100 greenest colleges in the United States, again! Except this year, we moved up 25 places to No. 49.
They’ve all returned stateside! Through LoveWorks, PLNU’s short-term missions program, over 2,000 students, faculty, staff, and alumni have traveled to almost 60 world areas to serve with our sisters and brothers in Christ. We thought we’d give you a quick glimpse from just two trips. All photos and video by Eric Hires
Travis Carter (06), graduated from PLNU with a passion for real estate. It didn’t take long for him to find success. He recently was named to San Diego Metro Magazine’s “40 Under 40” awards list, the magazine’s annual selection of San Diego’s finest business people, for his leadership at Hughes Marino, one of San Diego’s… Read more »